Dove House Hospice relies heavily on events and fundraising to be able to keep the hospice open and available to the people of Hull and East Yorkshire.
2020 has been a difficult year for events for everybody including the hospice. But 2021 is feeling hopeful for some sort of normality and with that in mind Douse Hospice are giving a fantastic 21% off the entry to four big events.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been crowned overall council of the year in the APSE Service Awards.
The council beat off competition from Aberdeen City Council, Cambridge City Council, Mid & East Antrim Borough Council, Nottingham City Council and Swansea City Council to win the top accolade at the annual awards, which celebrate outstanding achievement and innovation within local government.
Fortunately, winter is coming, and finally, you will have an opportunity to relax and enjoy your spare time. Students can finally forget about paperhelp reviews, daunting college assignments, and challenging homework.
Employees can take maximum advantage of the free time spent with their family and friends. Forget about responsibilities and let adventures begin.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside, Keith Hunter has provided an additional £48,000 for Project Nova to support Armed Forces veterans.
This funding will help to provide dedicated emotional and practical support services for veterans to help them gain social stability and health and wellbeing to support the transition from military to civilian life.
The MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has welcomed that Holderness Health in his constituency is one of the first GP practices to offer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination against Covid-19 to their most vulnerable patients.
Tailor-made teddies are taking off with charity supporters around the world to help raise money for a major medical facility which is close to completion at Castle Hill Hospital.
In addition to the best-dressed bears, customers of Cock of the Walk tailors in Hull have been placing festive orders for hand-made dogs and dinosaurs, with the amount raised for the Daisy Appeal now topping £1,000.
Beverley Art Gallery is releasing more mindful art recordings in the run-up to Christmas, part of the gallery’s Mindful Engagement with Art Project.
Mindfulness is a meditation technique that requires nothing but a few minutes of a person’s time to be spent focused – in the case of Beverley Art Gallery, this focus is aimed at paintings from their collection.
Beverley Art Gallery recently launched a series of videos called ‘It’s in the BAG – Behind the scenes at Beverley Art Gallery’, presented by the gallery’s curator Helena Cox and showing remarkable paintings from the gallery’s repository.
For the festive season, the gallery is launching another batch of videos, this time presented by Jane Irisa, an East Riding based collector of traditional Japanese toys.
East Riding residents can now register for the YORSwitch auction, after its latest auction saw an impressive 4,500 households in the area register, saving an average of £150 by switching with the scheme.
Since the scheme started in 2013, YORSwitch has switched more than 35,000 households and delivered more than £7.4million savings for East Riding residents.
Eligible East Yorkshire households now have the opportunity to reduce their energy usage and save money on their energy bills thanks to a partnership between Hull company Heat Insulation Ltd, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and ScottishPower.